Napolitano keeps promise and wears 'cow' jacket
The Judge gets a new look
- Duration 3:47
- Date Jul 18, 2012
The Judge gets a new look
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Well do you remember this last week.
Can you get me one of those towel jakks pets like your previous guest yes every guest gets one if you get me -- run a little wary eye on this show.
Know my producer doesn't want him he's done to you and I told you that this is all on digital -- Well you know we -- our -- at a bar again we found one of those -- jackets.
The judge kept to his under the car.
I would have looked just -- I find -- -- -- -- America.
Not that you need to have my special thanks much it's got -- lady went big this fashion statement -- these kind of jackets they Wear.
On on on -- on the flow toward the Scott aborted traded straight commodities standout -- And of course he trades -- and parts of parents there.
Look at that to do not making a bet on Cavuto show on live television well I guess Harry -- I admire you doing up at ten and also -- -- -- black and white on issues of the law.
I think it's all the -- very well could I ask you this.
A personal you did this and I admire I admire that but.
Is -- a sense of desperation -- getting on legal.
Issues the administration is trying this Ohio -- pushed.
You know you can come and vote three days ahead -- time all of a sudden.
The Obama administration and where Abu rate that that starts infringing on people -- you you know you take that away Ohio what do you make of this well.
What I make of it to come to the end of your answer is a a very -- absurd willingness.
To file lawsuits and frivolous cases sort of the Chicago school.
You -- my line and -- so you no matter what what we're talking about is the state of Ohio which recently changed the hours from the time for voting.
If you're gonna be out of that state.
On Election Day you get the vote up to the night before.
If you're going to be and the country an election he got to -- -- after the night before if you're going to be out of the state -- to vote on.
By Friday -- right so it's a three day difference the Obama administration filed a lawsuit yesterday but how many -- -- toward challenging a decision that.
It will impact very few people but the point of it is they are willing to tie up Republican governments Republican governors.
Using state funds for frivolous lawsuits.
Leading up to the campaign this is the tip of the iceberg -- I think you're going to see.
One for each state in which the -- apparatus of the state is run by Republicans you're gonna see the DNC filing.
Lost all right so just like they've gone after -- -- on though illegal immigration issued and announced it.
There does seem to be a pattern of behavior while there are.
Human here is that they have to educate people about when they can -- educate them you'll voter election that.
And it's gonna cost them too much money to provide this education too -- did Democrats in Ohio who don't know when and where to vote.
And by having different.
Rules for different people wouldn't it be ironic if there's -- is it's the Republican voters who affect.
You know what's -- -- traveling and now all of a sudden.
They can't take advantage it is -- -- lightning and thunder as we -- that's because warrantless.
You don't think that this amounts than an -- that.
Not that I don't think the lawsuit amounts to anything but I think it reveals a mentality willing to sue over almost everything between now and November I just can't take you seriously -- directly to -- Barney would say it's good news lawyers.
But it's not good news for the for the voters to just a waste of taxpayers' money and may delay the outcome of the election -- Click on one of these things perhaps this would have a greater impact if you weren't wearing the jacket.
Perhaps it was hard -- -- it would have greater impact of mr.
Varney wearing that jacket.
On his head -- Judge thank you very very Malaysian -- keep this enter all this humiliation.
Garcia and we've expense and and then actually charging at -- Varney.
Laura I'll -- governor Ron.